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Myers' Spray Pumps Pruning Hooks and Saws FORD C. POTTER WALLOWA, OREGON Before buying nursery stock or nursery supplies ot any kind write me for prices. LOME DIRECTORY. 1 0 0 F enterprise lodge n EMERALD REBEKAH LODGE, No. 119. ENTERPRISE LODGE, No JU ANITA TEMPLE, No. 7, Pythian Slaters. MnQfHMP ENTERPRISE CHAPTER, IVIHoUNIUn'o. 30. Royal Arch Masons, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month in Masonic Hall. All visiting Royal Arch Masons welcomed. J. B. OLMSTED, Hih Triest. T. W. BHEAHAN, Secretary. WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. & A. M., meets second and fourth Satur days of each month in Masonic Hall. Visiting Masons welcomed C. H. ZURCHER, W. M. W. C. BOATMAN, Secretary. WALLOWA VALLEY CHAPTER, No BO, O. E. S. meets first and third Sat urdays of pach month, in Masonic Hall Visiting Stars are always welcomed. OLIVE LOCKWOOD, W. M. DANIEL BOYD, Secretary. Ill I EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M . If.A.W. A Meets first and third Thursdays in each month, in new Fra ternal hall. Visiting Neighbors always welcome. J AS. W. RODGERS, Consul. T. M. DILL, Clerk. ANEROID CAMP, No. 3542, R N. of A. Wn III ENTERPRISE CAMP, No. .U. II. 535, W. of W. ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W. CLEANING ...OF... Ladies' Suits and Cravanettes ':- A SPECIALTY AT THE Enterprise Cleaning and Pressing Works A. C. WILLETT, Prop. Two doors west of City Bakery. Harness and Saddles L. BERLAND, frlll'supply your needs in the Leather Goods line more cheaply and five better natisfuction than any other dealer In Wallowa county, jet him tit you out for the season's work. Repair work a specialty. MA'N STREET. TOWN PROPERTY FARMLANDS TIMBER LANDS STOCK RANCHES Propert' listed with me is unsolicited. The owners desire to sell. Consequently they are BARGAINS Now is the time to buy property in Enterprise. See me if j-ou want a house or lot any location Good farm propositions in valley and out lying districts. Insure j'our live stock in the National Live Stock Insurance Company. You can not afford to take chances at the price it costs to insure your horses or cows. I have the best Standard Fire Insurance Com panies. Also the cheapest Mutual Company. W E. TAGGART, I Enteqrise, Lostine's First Stock Shipment Temporary Yards Put Up Flour Mill Rushed With Orders Local News. Lostlne, Dec. 1 The first shipment of stock from this station was made Tuesday by Frank Graham who sent out two car loads of hogs. A tem porary stockyards was put . up a couple of days ago by Mr. Graham, and a number of volunteer assist ants. He says there will be lots of stock shipped from Lostine, for it does not pay to drive stock far ther than Is absolutely necessary. This he proved by spending over $30 to put up the temporary yards to ship two car loads rather than drive a few mlle3 to another station. ! The Lostine Flouring mill is do ! ing a rushing buisness, turning out j 150 barrels of flour per day, yet Is behind on orders. J, Rohrman, Jos j eph merchant, was here Monday and I contracted for a carload. I The school gave a basket social Wednesday evening of last week with a program and sale of baskets, pro ceeds amounting to $67 going to fur nish new lights for the school build ing. W. Eugene Knox, impersonator and reader, is billed for December 24 for the benefit of the school. Mrs. Charles Fltzpatriek gave a card party last Tuesday evening to a number of her friends. Miss Zelma Ogbourn, primary teacher in our schools, spent Sun day with her parents on Alder Slope. GARDEN OF EDEN. (By Mrs. Adah L. Downing of Wild Rose Home Farm, Troy P. O.) Mr. Palmer of La Grande has re turned to spend the winter on his "Eden" ranch. Chief Ranger Eaker resigned his position with the government to re side on his farm at Sommerville, Ore. Before his departure he per suaded Miss Lola Richman, of the Grouse country, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Richman, to go as a life partner in the said farm. While everyone demurred at such a proceeding, as It was taking two social favorites from our community, everyone joined In wishing them the best of success and happiness. The happy couple were joined in holy wedlock at the home of the bride's parents on November 15. The groom gave an infair party at Ficker's hall on the 18th, which was a most en joyable affair and lasted until dawn began to break. Messrs. Courtney and Fleming furnished good music. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams gave a card party at their home, "Elk Horn Springs," Eden, on the evening of November 28th. After pe dro and bridge had held away for a couple of hours and sweet enliven ing music by the graphophone was rendered, everyone concluded to dance, Instead of trying to keep their feet still. Waltzes, two-steps, quad- THE HARNESS AND SADDLEMAN ENTERPRISE, OREGON FIRE INSURANCE PLATE GLASS INS STOCK INSURANCE Oregon. rilles an d other dances were step ped off to the exhilarating quick-step time of Prof. George Courtney and Charles Fleming, accompanied by -Mr. Williarjs on a large French harp which, chimed in harmoniously with violin, and guitar. Mrs. Williams pass&d delicious cake, pie and cof fee around, which just "filled the bill,' after which all sat around the fire and told "yarns'" until morning. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Courtney, Miss Wilmer and Master Arthur, and little Misa Eunice and Baby Courtney Mr. and Mrs. James Downing, Charles Fleming, Ed Wilcox, Charles Haroldson, Mr. aud Mrs. Williams, two daughters, Miss Grace and little Lorine. County School Superintendent Con- ley and wife visited the school and friends at Troy one day last week. A Mr. Foster has charge of the school at Troy. A new schoolhouse is about completed. Save Money Over Mail Order Houses Comparison of Prices of Clocks Re sults In Favor of Home Dealer. "Yes; It pays to advertise, if you ca,: deliver the goods at the right price," said E. B. Wheat, the jeweler, when seen in his new store, one door south of the Fraternal building. and the people are learning that they can get . watches, clocks and ewelry here as cheap, and in a great many cases much cheaper than to send away for them. Since sending oat letters a short time ago to my friends and patrons announcing my removal to my own building and that I would be able to save them money I have had very flattering returns. Last week I sold two fine clocks to substantial Prairie Creek farmers and three love ly Mantel clocks to as many suc cessful farmers of Alder Slope. One of these men had already made out his order to send to one of the mail order houses for .a clock, but after seeing my goods and prices was very sure he could do better here. "I have sold besides these, several watches and a great many rings and chains and silverware. Quite a lot of things being purchased for Christmas presents. Yes, It pays to advertise." BEET MEN RETURN. From La Grande Observer. Encouraged at the liberal response and the bright outlook for new beet fields In Wallowa county, Manager Fred G, Taylor of the (Amalgamated Sugar company and F. S. Brarawell, formerly with the company, returned last evening from AVallowa county, where, with Salt Lake officials of the company, they held meetings at Jos eph, Enterprise and Lostine. The response for acreage was lib eral. Some of the Influential men of Lostine and Enterprise have signified theii' Intention of setting aside tracts of land for sugar beet purposes and many others have agreed to plant smaller tracts to beets. Con ditions are so favorable, says Mr. Taylor, that It Is more than likely that the company will soon make sugar beets an Important Industry in Wallowa county, especially about Los tine and Enterprise. For a Lame Back, When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe the parts with Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day, massaging with the palm of the hand for five minutes at each application. Then dampen a piece of flannel slightly with thU liniment and bind it on over the seat of pain, and you may be surprised to see how quickly the lameness disappears. For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. HACK TO THE DEPOT. Hack for the accommodation of the general public will leave the Enter prise Hotel for the O. R. & N. depot 15 minutes before train time (8: 1j a. m. and 2:15 p. m.) Passengers called for at the)r homes If tolephone cal! Is sent to the Red Front livery barn 30 minutes before train time. 29U BOSWELL & SOX. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to the testa u Maple Sugar" Children Like It For BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try bUtt'i Kldnej ind Bladder Pills Sure ud Sail FOR SALE BY BURNAUGH & MAYFIELD. Officers Joseph lodge 1. 0. 0. F. Odd Fellows Number 122 at Termi nus Town Local and Personals. Joseph lodge No. 84, I. O. O. F.. has elected the following officers for the ensuing term: W. E. Lef fel, N. G.; Louis Gitschlag, V. G. ; Arthur Collinsworth, recording Secy.; James Rankin, financial Secy.; Cy Clay, treasurer. Joseph lodge has a membership of 122, and meets every Friday night. Joseph Local. Mrs. L. Wetzel of La Grande vis ited over Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. T. B'. Wells. The round house is nearing com pletion and was used for the first time Monday. The city council has ordered a sidewalk built to the depot extend ing the walk west of Main street on north to the depot. .Miss Cora Berland of Enterprise is assisting Deputy District Attorney Eberhard with his clerical work. Mr. J. S. Williams and Miss May Duncan were married at the home of the bride, Thursday, November 26, Rev. A. L. Howarth officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will reside in En terprise. J. Rohrman, one of Joseph's enter prising merchants, went to Lostine Monday, and purchased a carload of flour. Mrs. Merritt went to Elgin Monday for a stay of several weeks. S. C. Hlmelwrlght of Imnaha came In Monday to trade. His son left Tuesday for Portland to attend school. Mrs. Peter Baudan and her daugh ter Josephine returned Monday from La Grande, where they had been to see their daughter and sister, who is attending Sacred Heart academy. Mrs. O. Sorenson of . Anaconda, Mont., came Monday on a visit to her brother, Rev. Father Bradley. Mrs. Annie J. Edgmahd and daugh ter of Clio, la., came in Monday to visit her son, D. K. Edgmand of Chlco. Mrs. A. A. Kldwller of Dayton, Wash., sister of Mrs. Holden of this city, returned to her home Tuesday. Mrs. I. H, Robinson of this city and Mrs. P. A. Gaylord of Lightning were Enterprise visitors Tuesday. Notice of Non-Payment of Proportion of Expenditure on Mining Claims. To A. A. Welch, V. R. Pierson, Jr., R. Robertson, R. W. Rayner and Charles Shultz: Tiou are hereby no Lifted that you have failed to contrib ute your proportion of the expenditure due for the year 1!K)8, upon the follow ng described mining claims situated in the Lostine Mining district in the County ot Wallowa and State of .Ore gon, and known ns the Hunker Hill Wining Claim, the, Tip Top Minini; Claim, The War Kaule No. 2 Mining Claim and the Wnr Kalo No. 3 Min ting Claim, a more complete deserip iion of which properties may lie found in Book Three of the minion locutions of uaid County at pages 328, 32!, IS! HI and 3til. You are further notified t lint the undersigned have contributed your proportion of said expenditure ami unless reimbursed by you and each ot you, on oi before the lnt day of laiuir ary, 1900, your interest in taid milling claims will become the property of the undersigned. Signed: R. II. Huston, 1". V. Ca.mhuov, R. Clabk, I. W, Leader, R. T). Wktmohk, M. H. Nkwki.i,, C. II. Cahkingtos, II. K. l'KKT, M. K. Cahu, 25113 O. L. I'ALMKK. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Iso lated Tract. PUDLIC LAND SALE. La Grande, Oregon, Land Office, No vember 20th, 1908. Notice is hereby given, that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provis ions of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906, Public No. 303, we will offer at public sale, to the high est bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m on the 29th day of December next, at this office, the following tract of land, to-wlt: WVi SW Section 2S, T. 1 S.( It.' 44 E. W. M., Serial No. 02269. Any persans claiming adversely the above-described lands are advised to j file their claims, or objections, on or before the day above designated for sale. F. C. Dram well, Resist cr. 31tu A. A. Roberts, Receiver. CAME LAWS. I Any person knowing of any viola j tion of tho game or fish laws of tlx j state, or of persons not properl; keeping screens over Irrlgatlo' ditches, are requested to notify JOE CLE M ON 3, Deputy State Game and Forwrtr. Warden, Zumwalt, Oregon. 42tf 3' OS as Enterprise OPERA HOUSE, Saturday Evening December 5th. The merriest of all MERRY, MUSICAL MEDLEYS, as Os as as The- Japanese Girl 4S A superb cast Swell costumes For the benefit of ihe Enterprise Circulat ing Library. Usual popular prices. Re served seats at usual place on and after Tuesday, December 1st. to ENTERPRISE RF.S1 OF MEATS i Highest Market I'ricc for Hides and Pells PI ) rilOl'RIF.TOKS ST0CKCROWER3 & FARMERS NATIONAL BANK WALLOWA, OREGON. Officers: J. G. Stevens, president; E. A. Holmes, vise president; C. T. McDaniel, cashier; Margaret Boner, assistat cashier; .Directors; J. G. Stevent, E. A. Holmes, C. TV McDaniel, S. L. Ma gill and Hector McDonald. Other Stockholders: J. A. Jones, Union, Oregon; H. P. Stewart, Portland, Oregon; J. L. Cole, president of First Clank of Vale; El mer A. Clark, cashier of the Caldwell Commercial Bank; Minnie G. Stevens, Cove, Oregon; Therisa Mimnaugh, stockholder of the Nib-ley-Mimnaugh Lumber Company, George W. Boner, Joseph, Oregon. We solicit your bunking business whether large or small anil will extend to you every courtesy consistent with sound banking. We Issue both foreign and domestic exchange. Five per cent interest paid on time deposits. Nature Provides but one California It is the natural winter homo of many thousand of the world's best peopie. Under the gentle influence of its mild winter climate, every nmusement and recreation abounds. Such bathing, boating, fishing, driving; such picnics, par ties and "jollifications." GO TO Los Angeles, Paso Robles Hot Springs, Hotel del Monte, Santa Barbara, Venice, Long BeHch Santa Cruz, or a score of similar resorts and you will find health, congenial sur roundings, hospitable associates, faultless ac commodations and num- berless; attractions and conveniences. The O. R. & N. Co. Connecting with The Southern Pacific Co. Make inexpensive round trip excursion rates to California A six months stopover ticket Wallowa to Los Angeles and return is $76 80 Corresponding rates are ef- feet to other points. We have some very distinctive literature covering California's winter resorts, and will take pleasure in giving yon all of tho information and assistance at our command. For tickets, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on, telegraph or write E. T. Campion, Agent, Wallowa. OK WM. McMURRY, (;kn. pass, acent. Portland, Oregon. S. K. Clark Plumber & Steam Fitter Full line of plumbing n aterial. Satisfaction Guaranteed Shop at Keltner's Hardware Store Leave Orders. OS to as as as as as as as an excellent chorus swell properties MEAT MARKET ALWAYS ON HANI), INDEPENDENT PHONE 20 A "Finished" Product in all things, com pels preference from "The man r 9f wno cares is pre-eminently so FOR SALE BY C. H. Zurcher EXCLUSIVE AGENT Complete Stock of Men's Furnishings.